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how the resulting model can be employed to build algorithms for the recognition of facial expression of emotion, and propose research directions in machine learning and computer vision researchers to keep pushing the state of the art in these areas. We also discuss how the model can aid in studies of human perception, social interactions and disorders. A Study of Impact of Self-Portraits (Selfie) On Self Image of Disabled Students Studying in Higher Education By: Dr.Arvind Sharma Social media, including online social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, have developed at an extreme rate over the last few years (Chou, Hunt, Beckjord, Moser, & Hesse, 2009; Kaplan & Haenlein, 2010). Common usages of social media, and its relative novelty, are related to an emergence of new psychological and social phenomena. Although many studies have investigated individual differences in online social networking, few have examined the recent and rapidly popularized social phenomenon of the “selfie” (a self-portrait photograph of oneself). The objective of this exploratory study was to examine the impacts of selfie on Self-image of disabled students studying in higher education. A questionnaire was developed based on previous literatures and a total of 126 students were randomly selected for the present study. Adolescents, Social Media, andthe Use of Self-Portraiture in Identity Formation By: Sharee N. Allen Adolescence is a time of maturation, integration of selves, and, in the modern age, digital performance on social media. Conflicts in the identity vs. role confusion stage of 27
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Eriksonian development are addressed throughout this research, although the existing literature rarely connects them to online trends. A qualitative survey, sent to high school students, explores the tension between self-doubt and the desire to be seen. Responses indicate that teens who post on social media are attempting to make sense of their formative years via the reactions of this networked world. Certain participants show resistance to the phenomenon of the Selfie, implying that some adolescents may view it as merely a passing fad. Participants’ contradictory attitudes concerning social media and the Selfie reflect the four most recurrent themes: duality, insecurity, freedom of expression, and the communication gap between adolescents and adults. Attitudes toward Selfie Taking in School - going Adolescents: An Exploratory Study By: Era Dutta, Payal Sharma, ReetikaDikshit, Nilesh Shah, SushmaSonavane, AnupBharati, and Avinash De Sousa Smartphone have become a necessary evil in our lives. Selfies have become the newest technological fad to take over the youth, due to the wide and easy availability of mobile phones. There is paucity of scientific data on selfies in general. This study aimed to analyze the attitudes toward selfie taking, body image acceptance, and narcissism personality traits among an urban school going population in Mumbai. Two hundred and fifty - two students of 11th standard, belonging to an urban Mumbai school, were interviewed in a single centric cross - sectional study. Scales used were
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